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I’m going to Mt. Hood, want to get to the top of the mountain and want a large variety of ski terrain. Which resort should I visit?

Good day Mitchell!

Thanks for the question. The resort that would most suit you is Mount Hood Meadows. It has everything you are looking for and has the most expert terrain along with the most varied terrain.

When it is clear, the upper lift is all above tree line and has incredible skiing along with beautiful views. The lower has amazing trails and tree skiing of all ability levels. Have an awesome winter and please feel free to send more questions if needed!

All the best,
Asit Rathod

Answered by Asit Rathod, Ask Oregon Snow Sports Expert on December 8th, 2012 - Post Your Answer
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When does ski season on Mt Hood usually start? -Jon

Ski season on Mount Hood can open as early as Halloween but the Thanksgiving weekend is generally the target date for all the resorts. If you really have the bug like me, Timberline runs limited operation on weekends starting in early October through the official resort opening when all lifts are operational. It is weather dependent, so make sure to check their website or the Timberline snow phone 503-222-2211. Have a awesome winter and hope to see you on the slopes!

Answered by Asit Rathod, Ask Oregon Snow Sports Expert on October 29th, 2012 - Post Your Answer

Planning a trip to Portland in late March. What is the closest snow ski area that most likely will be open?

The closest skiing to Portland is on Mount Hood, approx 1-1:30 east of Portland. Spring skiing is some the best during the year and your dates are perfect for the spring deals. Ski Bowl and Timberline have what’s called the Fusion pass which is generally priced between $99-$129 and Mount Hood Meadows has a spring pass for about $129. The pass is good till the end of the season, generally mid-May. If you intend on skiing more than one day the pass more than well pays for itself.

Answered by Asit Rathod, Ask Oregon Snow Sports Expert on September 10th, 2012 - Post Your Answer

Can you ski at Mt. Hood in the summer?

The summer skiing on Mount Hood rocks! We were just up skiing on Hood yesterday and it was an amazing day. When are you coming, do you need to rent gear, and what would say your ability level is currently? Can’t
wait to have you out here in Oregon! Have a fantastic day and can’t wait to hear from you!

Answered by Asit Rathod, Ask Oregon Snow Sports Expert on July 26th, 2012 - Post Your Answer

Best snowshoeing in Central Oregon? We need to work off the big ol’ dinner we’re gonna eat at Cowboy Dinner Tree over New Years.

There are some amazing trails in Central Oregon Two questions: 1. Where in Central Oregon will you be staying? 2. Over ten miles round trip or under? FYI I am Asit Rathod aka President of Powder for Ask Oregon. Born and raised here in Oregon and love snow!

Answered by Asit Rathod, Ask Oregon Snow Sports Expert on February 3rd, 2012 - Post Your Answer

You can help me? I’m interested in Snowboard camps in Oregon.

There a few world famous snowboard camps and resorts here in Oregon. Mt. Hood Meadows has some great snowboard camps, depending on when you’re coming out.

Answered by Asit Rathod, Ask Oregon Snow Sports Expert on February 3rd, 2012 - Post Your Answer

I was recently planning a trip near Detroit, OR and was wondering if anyone could give me any info on different ski resorts nearby?

I must admit that I am very clumsy so skiing isn’t right up there on my list of things to do but I have to say…I love the snow and tubing. So, if you check out Hoodoo, they actually have anticipated the snow season beginning on Nov. 25th for skiing among other great snow activities.

They have a great Autoban Tubing Park and a great event on New Years Eve. Check out their link and Hoodoo is only about 35 miles from Detroit!

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Best snowshoeing in Central Oregon? We need to work off the big ol’ dinner we’re gonna eat at Cowboy Dinner Tree over New Year’s.

Hey hey Lady Andrea! There are some amazing trails in Central Oregon Two questions: 1. Where in Central Oregon will you be staying? 2. Over ten miles round trip or under? FYI I am Asit Rathod aka President of Powder for Ask Oregon. Born and raised here in Oregon and love snow so much it has been the only long term relationship in my adult life.

Answered by Asit Rathod, Ask Oregon Snow Sports Expert on January 10th, 2012 - Post Your Answer
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